We visited with Diane and Pat and then headed to the Bowers Museum to see the Mummies and have lunch. As we headed ot, were were greeted bu our Charlotte! A gift from Charlotte two years ago and the only flower” in our garden!
As we headed outGreat lunch, as always! The Korean steak was superb! The Mummies were extremely interesting and we spend a hour and a half walking the displays and reading all the well documented information about mummies.
Mummies of the World portrays a once-in-a-lifetime collection of real mummies and artifacts from across the globe. This compelling collection, presented with reverence and dignity, includes ancient mummies dating back as far as 4,500 years.
A fascinating mix of old and new, this captivating collection bridges the gap between past and present with contributions from 10 world-renowned Institutions and two private collectors.
Embark on a journey into the extraordinary world of mummies and mummification. Through modern science, engaging interactive and multi-media exhibits featuring 3-D animation, explore how mummies are created, where they come from and who they were. Using state-of-the-art scientific methodology, discover how modern science enables researchers to study mummies through innovative and non-invasive ways, offering unprecedented insights into past cultures and civilizations.
What secrets do mummies hold about the past? What clues do they bring us for the future? A journey awaits as we unravel their mysteries.
We then headed for home and then went to dinner at Maderas Steak House where we found the experience to be excellent. Paul’s ribs were out of this world and Pat said his were terrific. Lisa joined us so we had a piece of birthday cheese cake.
After going home and freshening up, we headed to Garden Grove to dance and allow Diane and Pat to rest up for Saturday. The gang was there and Lee (Paul’s High School Girl Friend) joined us this evening.